f you died and went to fashion heaven, that heaven would look a lot like Island Girl -- the store is just right on the beach, after all, with a plethora of different resortwear accessories, sandals, and styles to help you look the part.
Island Girl doesn't sell your typical handicraft accessories with the same style from twenty years ago. The products are colorful and on-trend -- they even have necklaces and bracelets in oh-so-fashionable fluo colors. They sell resortwear but with a twist -- made from eco-friendly materials and in pocket-friendly prices, too.
Another great thing about Island Girl is that not only are their products made from either sustainable or recycled materials, they practice social responsibility by subcontracting underprivileged women to make these accessories, providing them the ability to earn extra income.
What to pay: 500-1500
Strategically located at the parking lot of the Hinagdanan Cave Park, you will find souvenir stalls. The stalls here are known to sell souvenirs at the cheapest price.
What to buy: All kinds of Bohol souvenir items are on sale: t-shirts, sandos, malongs, saris, keychains, refrigerator magnets, stuffed mini-tarsiers, peanut kisses, etc.
What to pay: Your P300 can already buy lots of souvenir items and "pasalubongs".
Tagbilaran City has two major shopping malls that you can go to if you would like to buy souvenirs for family and friends in Manila or anywhere else from your trip in Bohol. These malls have lots of souvenir shops, supermarkets and the actual department stores inside these have lots of Bohol items for sale. Although in my opinion, prices in the Island City Mall are cheaper than BQ’s. Their supermarket is bigger and the souvenir snacks we bought from their supermarket are a little cheaper than the ones we bought in BQ Mall’s supermarket. Although for items like shirts, bags, hats and other stuff, BQ has a lot more choices than Island City. But Island City Mall has a souvenir shop in front of “Chowking” that sells shirts, pillows or bags that are cheaper than the once sold in BQ. In terms of location, BQ Mall is located in the actual downtown area, so you can see a lot more while you’re in there. While Island City Mall is a little far off.
What to buy: Shirts, bags, snacks and almost anything you'll need.
What to pay: Cash or credit cards are both accepted
you can find there a variety of items....from ref magnets to souvenir shirts to whatever....
What to buy: souvenir shirts, ref magnets, keychains, native accessories, purse, wallet...
What to pay: cheap